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fore·doom

 (fôr-do͞om′)
tr.v. fore·doomed, fore·doom·ing, fore·dooms
To doom or condemn beforehand.
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foredoom

(fɔːˈduːm)
vb
(tr) literary to doom or condemn beforehand
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fore•doom

(v. fɔrˈdum, foʊr-; n. ˈfɔrˌdum, ˈfoʊr-)

v.t.
1. to doom beforehand; destine.
n.
2. Archaic. a doom ordained beforehand; destiny.
[1555–65]
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foredoom


Past participle: foredoomed
Gerund: foredooming

Imperative
foredoom
foredoom
Present
I foredoom
you foredoom
he/she/it foredooms
we foredoom
you foredoom
they foredoom
Preterite
I foredoomed
you foredoomed
he/she/it foredoomed
we foredoomed
you foredoomed
they foredoomed
Present Continuous
I am foredooming
you are foredooming
he/she/it is foredooming
we are foredooming
you are foredooming
they are foredooming
Present Perfect
I have foredoomed
you have foredoomed
he/she/it has foredoomed
we have foredoomed
you have foredoomed
they have foredoomed
Past Continuous
I was foredooming
you were foredooming
he/she/it was foredooming
we were foredooming
you were foredooming
they were foredooming
Past Perfect
I had foredoomed
you had foredoomed
he/she/it had foredoomed
we had foredoomed
you had foredoomed
they had foredoomed
Future
I will foredoom
you will foredoom
he/she/it will foredoom
we will foredoom
you will foredoom
they will foredoom
Future Perfect
I will have foredoomed
you will have foredoomed
he/she/it will have foredoomed
we will have foredoomed
you will have foredoomed
they will have foredoomed
Future Continuous
I will be foredooming
you will be foredooming
he/she/it will be foredooming
we will be foredooming
you will be foredooming
they will be foredooming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been foredooming
you have been foredooming
he/she/it has been foredooming
we have been foredooming
you have been foredooming
they have been foredooming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been foredooming
you will have been foredooming
he/she/it will have been foredooming
we will have been foredooming
you will have been foredooming
they will have been foredooming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been foredooming
you had been foredooming
he/she/it had been foredooming
we had been foredooming
you had been foredooming
they had been foredooming
Conditional
I would foredoom
you would foredoom
he/she/it would foredoom
we would foredoom
you would foredoom
they would foredoom
Past Conditional
I would have foredoomed
you would have foredoomed
he/she/it would have foredoomed
we would have foredoomed
you would have foredoomed
they would have foredoomed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.foredoom - doom beforehand
sentence, doom, condemn - pronounce a sentence on (somebody) in a court of law; "He was condemned to ten years in prison"
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foredoom

verb
To predestine to a tragic end:
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In two further cycles of this process (each requiring electrons donated by foredooming) HN=NH is reduced to [H.sub.2]N-[NH.sup.2] and this in turn is reduced to 2NH3.
In foredooming the Shetland Language Variety (SLV) through the application of descriptors such as language shift, the existence and consequentiality of Shetlanders ' nascent socio-ideological language consciousness is entirely erased (sc.
Yet Highway 61 sent the would-be trumpeter and loser barber Pokey Jones (Don McKellar) on the road without actually foredooming him either to failure or to an infinity of wandering, just as for Robert Zimmerman, whose childhood home in northern Minnesota McDonald pointedly had Pokey visit, the transformation into Bob Dylan was nothing so straightforward as a repudiation of his past or an ironic masquerade.